Arthritis: How to improve synovial fluid to ease pain and promote healthier joints
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If you feel better the next day, Versus Arthritis encourages you to “start again, but slowly”.

Should the pain last much longer, or there is a sudden onset of pain once you start exercising again, you could have an injury.

“If the symptoms of pain, heat and swelling continue for more than a few days you should contact your GP or healthcare team,” the charity added.

To help reduce the risk of injury, incorporate five to 10-minute warm-ups and cool-downs into your exercise regime.



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